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Makeup and Your Eyes – How to Stay Safe and Still Look Good

Thankfully, eye makeup doesn’t contain harmful ingredients like it used to, but the risk of injury or infection still remains.  There are some simple rule to follow that will help Read More

St. George Utah Eye Doctor Discusses the Many Shades of Colorblindness

Colorblind is a term you’ve probably heard before, but it just might not mean exactly what you think it means.  What is Colorblindness?Inside our retinas are specialized cell structures called rods Read More

St. George Utah Eye Doctor Talks About Age-Related Macular Degeneration

As we age, our vision can be influenced and changed by many things.  Some are preventable, and some are not.  Age-related macular degeneration (AMD) is one disorder largely affected by Read More

How To Convince Your Child To Wear Her Glasses

Children can by tricky, any parent knows that.  Such is the case when it comes to a young child who needs to wear glasses.  Children may not always feel comfortable Read More

Utah Optometrist Talk’s about Staying Safe At Halloween

Halloween is right around the corner!  With costumes and parties and lots of night time activities, there are many considerations that go into Halloween safety, but do you think to Read More

The Power in Pumpkin

Finally fall is here!  The decorations are coming out and porches are being primed with pumpkins.  Creative carving contests are beginning, and specialty pumpkin treats are being added to menus Read More

St. George Utah Eye Doctor Discusses Developing Vision Across The Lifespan – How to Help Your Child See Best, Birth to Toddler

While babies are born with some instinctive behaviors, being able to see perfectly clear images isn’t one of them.  Like many other necessary life skills, babies have to develop their Read More

Why Does Driving at Night Get Harder As We Age?

Winter is coming and the dark nights are getting longer.  This means most of us have to spend increased time driving in the dark.  If you don’t have perfect vision, Read More

St. George Utah Eye Doctor Discusses Autoimmune Diseases and Their Effect on Vision

Did you know that many autoimmune diseases influence your vision?  Their influence can be so dominant that sometimes, the first signs of the disease can actually be spotted at your Read More

Eye Bags? Puffy Eyes? Try This!

Do you want to finally know how to get rid of those eye bags under your eyes that are bothering you. Quick video on how to get rid of under eye Read More

Best Way to Clean Your Eyelids and Eye Lashes

Best Way to Clean Your Eyelids and Eye Lashes Quick video on the best way to clean your eyelids and eye lashes filmed by doctor Aaron Smith with the Stone Canyon Read More

How To Maintain Healthy Vision As You Age – Discussed by Utah Optometrist Dr. Aaron Smith

How To Maintain Healthy Vision As You Age Our vision is one of the most lively senses we have, affecting our entire perception of the world around us.  Naturally, like all Read More

Changes To Watch For In Your Vision As You Age

We all recognize that our bodies change as we age.  Our eyes are no exception to this.  Modern day technologies are available to help us have our best vision and Read More

The Do’s and Don’ts of Allergy Season

The warm, promising sunshine of spring lures out the birds, the bees, the blossoms, and … the allergies.  Unfortunately, millions of people suffer from seasonal allergies.  Itchy, red, watery eyes Read More

How Do We Get Our Eye Color? Local St. George Utah Optometrist Discusses all About it

Eye color can be fascinating.  If you look closely, you will see many variations of colors that exist.  Blue eyes can range from pale blue to deep blue, and brown Read More

Utah Optometrist Discusses What a Retinal Detachment is

Due to the physiological complexity of our amazing eyes, there are a variety of ailments that can occur that will affect our vision.  Understanding the danger in retinal detachment is Read More

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